From lestis

I was wondering if you were still captivated? :D Thank you for your kind words on my first set :)

jozsef:
@lestis Oh,yes, absolutely. It's not a temporary condition. Most likely incurable, I think. 😊

From ananke

Thank you for the love on my old set! My newest set hits member review on Friday, I would love to know what you think x

From kaunis

Hi there! I just wanna thank you for your love on my first set. Your support mean a lot for me. XOXO.

From noirique

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Hey thank you for the love on my set! I just thought a normal contrast doesn't fit with the set, so I choose a low contrast to make it look more dreamy! Anyway thank you really much for the comment :D <3

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jamberee_:
Thanks for always supporting me 
jozsef:
@jamberee_ We're all fellow travelers on the road of life. Each of us will stumble sometimes and there are those who will rejoice in the chance to feel an illusory sense of superiority while others will always have our back. I can think of no earthly reason not to support you.😍
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Dear jozsef i love the fact with my newest set you looked a little further and found as you said  *a sense of some profound subtext in addition to the glamour* what a lovely comment thankyou soo much <3

From tweedle

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"after that it became easy to accept that others will be similarly imperfect"-- that really hits home for me currently.  As you may or may not have noticed, I've been struggling for some time with some anger towards people/human nature.  Science has been effective at helping me to feel more connected to others, rather than hostile towards others. 

tweedle:
anytime I press "enter" in attempt to create a new paragraph it just submits my comment.  At any rate, I always appreciate your insights and personal experiences.  You mentioned that I might recall how science changed your life for the better-- I'm not sure I do... how did science play a part in your life and when?

From tweedle

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Thank you for your kind comment :) you are very wise. I suppose I should have been specific, though, that in the case of school my fear motivates me and I use it to my advantage.  If I feel fearful in a situation like that, most of the time, I think, something can be done about it. 

tweedle:
oops my comment got all messed up I didn't mean to submit it just yet.  anyway, I'll make sure that it doesn't become a negative thing, or a hindrance.  As of right now, I'm merely nervous because I'm not quite sure what to expect.  Thank you again :)  How have you been doing?  Anything new?

From topaz_

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I appreciate your critique on my set, I'm sorry that you did not like it. Hopefully you will like the next ones to come. :)  

From mercurie

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Just dropping in to say I rode my fixie uphill for the first time yesterday...and ouch.  Absolutely going to invest in a conversion kit. 

jozsef:
@mercurie Oh dear! I tried to Google conversion kit and it was all about making fixed gear bikes, which I assume is not what you're buying at this stage. What is the plan? I don't want to be the doom and gloom guy but the ideal cadence for endurance, efficiency and fitness as well as comfort without joint damage is 80 RPM. You kinda need gears to do that under varying conditions of slope, surface and wind, to say nothing of fatigue. (I may well be repeating myself, in which case forgive me.) I rode a Cervelo R5 on Saturday with electric shifting. That thing is a beast, but in a good way. Can I borrow $9,000? I'll pay you back. Eventually.😉